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Close Encounters of the Facilitator Kind

Posted on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2007.

In this episode, we bid farewell to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The MobileBooth gets ready to move, with the professional and courteous aid of Terry Ritt, driver extraordinare.

Not only that, but we wave goodbye to Facilitator Jenna Weiss-Berman, who returns to New York with three months of MobileBooth touring under her belt. Co-Facilitator Mitra Bonshahi will miss her.

Luckily, a new Facilitator, Daniel Littlewood, has arrived from New York to keep the ball rolling.

Together Mitra and Daniel headed west, en route to Butte, Montana. On the way they saw the remarkable Devils Tower of northeast Wyoming (you may remember it from Close Encounters of the Third Kind). This 1267 foot tall monolith is the first National Monument of the United States, named as such in 1906. Sadly, the picture doesn’t do justice to its immensity, but know it’s really BIG.

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